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Past articles by John:

Skyline teacher uses grant to buy unique communication device for her students

Skyline High School in Mesa is far from State Farm Stadium but because of a Cardinals touchdown this season, one teacher there was awarded a $500 grant for her classroom. → Read More

Brawl between student and Mesa school bus driver caught on camera

A brawl between a student and a school bus driver in Mesa -- all captured on video. → Read More

Arizona preparing to take in California residents amid wildfires

With 200,000 plus evacuees, could people head to Arizona in need of food and shelter? It's a scenario that actually has been trained for. → Read More

Phoenix police, city working on ways to add more red-light cameras

Days after red light camera video of a crash from 53rd Avenue and Indian School Road went viral, the Phoenix Police Department told ABC15 they are exploring expansion of the red light program by increasing cameras. → Read More

MCSO detective saves Halloween for 3-year-old Gilbert boy

A Maricopa County Sheriff's Detective saved the day for a 3-year-old Gilbert boy who lost a key part of his Halloween costume. → Read More

Scottsdale mother upset over late school buses, says children left waiting at bus stop

Veronika Burkel, a parent in the Scottsdale Unified School District, says the school bus that picks up her daughters has been late twice this week and several times this school year. → Read More

Couple working with Paul Petersen's adoption agency reacts to arrest

Meliena Martin and Sarah Choe found out via email from the Bright Star Adoption Agency, that the owner Paul Petersen was arrested. → Read More

Sedona Chapel of the Holy Cross staff hope to move forward after man vandalizes chapel

Dramatic moments captured when Timothy Larson walked into the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona on Wednesday. → Read More

Arizona Cardinals touchdowns help teachers in Arizona

Touchdowns don't just help the Arizona Cardinals this football season, they help teachers in Arizona. → Read More

Community gathers to remember Goodyear firefighter Austin Peck

PHOENIX, AZ — It was an emotional day and a hard day, for the family, friends and fellow firefighters of Austin Peck. "He was a man of small stature but he left a huge footprint," said Stephen Gilman, President of the United Goodyear Firefighters. That footprint on full display Saturday afternoon, as fire departments from across the state of Arizona came together. Not at a funeral home or… → Read More

More problems for Tides on Rail apartment complex in West Phoenix

Just last week, residents of the complex said certain buildings were without out A/C. Now, there appear to be flooding concerns. → Read More

4 key tips to prevent waterborne illnesses at pools

As Arizonans try to cool off at water parks or public pools, waterborne illnesses can be a big concern. → Read More

Hacienda HealthCare running unlicensed clinics

The Arizona Department of Health Services confirms that five clinics owned by Hacienda HealthCare were found to be operating without a state license. → Read More

Phoenix firefighters busy as summer heat kicks in

Firefighters wear at least 50 pounds of gear working in the hot sun. → Read More

World War Two aircraft takes flight over Phoenix on 75th anniversary of D-Day

On the 75th anniversary of D-Day, people in Arizona may have noticed a C-47 Dakota in the sky today. → Read More

PD: 5 key tips to prevent summer break-ins

In the first three months of 2019, The City of Phoenix reported over 2,300 burglaries. → Read More

Valley neighborhood concerned for the safety of wandering peacock

One Estrella Mountain Ranch community has a mystery on their hands, ever since a peacock showed up in their neighborhood a few days ago. → Read More

Vape shops busted around the Valley for selling to teens

Selling tobacco to teens has changed, kids are now going after the E-cig, and too many businesses are willing to sell to minors. That's where Operation Counter-Strike comes in. → Read More

Phoenix Batcave helps kids going through hard time

A partnership in the Valley is giving children going through a hard time the chance to be a superhero, if only for a night. → Read More

United States Postal Services testing new air horn in Phoenix to prevent dog attacks

It may just be a simple air horn, but this is the United States Postal Services latest weapon against dog attacks. → Read More